Space Shuttle Flies Past NTPS

As part of the Space Shuttle's historic flight across the US, the 747-Space Shuttle aircraft made a low approach at the Mojave Air and Space Port on 21 September 2012,  Passing right in front of the NTPS hangar it presented quite a historic photo opportunity. Photo Courtesy of Kyle Stephens.endeavour

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News Update NATIONAL TEST PILOT SCHOOL, Mojave California – It is with great sorrow that the National Test Pilot School (NTPS) reports that NTPS Instructor Mr. Michael (Mike) Hill and NTPS Student Mr. Ilam Zigante perished in an accident in a... Read more

NTPS Submits EASA Application

The National Test Pilot School (NTPS) announced that it formally submitted its Application for an EASA Part – ORA ATO Approval in late May 2014 and it was registered by EASA in early June 2014. This is the first formal... Read more

NTPS RPV Module going Full Throttle

The NTPS RPV module introduces our flight test students to remotely piloted vehicle (RPV) flight test techniques (FTT) and test procedures.  The course uses an FAA approved C-150 Optionally Piloted Aircraft (OPA) with a safety pilot on board.  Control of the aircraft... Read more

Congressman Visits NTPS

Congressman Kevin McCarthy visits NTPS as part of a tour of the Mojave Air and Space Port on 05/13/14.  During the brief stop he was able to visit with numerous constituents that work at NTPS and see some of the... Read more

Current Weather

Station Info: 11:40p
Temp 55.4 10/31/14
Wind Info: (Knots)
Current 32.0 Average 27.1
Direction 202 High 40.0

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National Test Pilot School
P.O. Box 658
Mojave, CA 93502-0658 USA
Phone: 661-824-2977
Fax: 661-824-2943

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